By ZDNet Staff
| June 20, 2007 -- 00:01 GMT (17:01 PDT)
| Topic: Security
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Hackers breach FSB contractor, expose Tor deanonymization project and more
SyTech, the hacked company, was working on research projects for the FSB, Russia's intelligence service.
Hackers breach 62 US colleges by exploiting ERP vulnerability
Hackers are breaching college networks and creating fake accounts that are used "almost immediately for criminal activity."
Contractor who stole 50TB of NSA data gets nine years in prison
Prosecutors never proved former NSA contractor was the origin for the Shadow Brokers leak.
Oakland follows San Francisco’s lead in banning facial recognition tech
The council is fighting back against privacy violations made possible through facial surveillance.
Microsoft opens Dynamics 365 bug bounty with $20k top prize
Microsoft reorganizes its bug bounty program and provides researchers with more information that's easier to access.
A Rust-based TLS library outperformed OpenSSL in almost every category
Benchmarks reveal better connection speeds and smaller memory footprint for Rustls library, compared to OpenSSL.
AI, quantum computing and 5G could make criminals more dangerous than ever, warn police
Google cleans out stalker, spyware apps from Play Store
Google is making a stand on apps designed for tracking employees, partners, and children.
Huawei and 5G: Hurry up and make the decision, government told
New Prime Minister must make a decision fast about whether to allow the Chinese company's equipment to be used in 5G, says influential committee.